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Our hearts go out to the many families who have lost loved ones, and we extend our greatest appreciation to the brave healthcare workers and scientists who are at the forefront of the global response to the pandemic. In this time of crisis, the role of the African Agri Council (AAC) is to not only to continue promoting the continent as a business and investment destination but also to structure and market our events; Market Access Africa (MAA) and the African Agri Investment Indaba (AAII) for the unique role they play in the development of food and agriculture in Africa. I’m reaching out to you with an update from the AAC team to reassure you that our staff has been equipped with everything they need to work remotely so that we can provide our network with continued insights and information without disruption. Following the recommendations of governments and public health experts across the globe, we have decided to postpone Market Access Africa (MAA) to 7-10 September 2021 in Durban and the African Agri Investment Indaba to 30 Nov – 2 Dec 2021 in Cape Town. For more information about MAA: To sponsor or exhibit To register as a delegate View our brochure
Breaking news! During these increasingly uncertain times, the AAC team is working closely with its partners and experts to bring the industry the most critical insights and up-to-date sector news. We are delighted to announce the Council will host accomplished new fully digital/virtual half-day events titled AAC Spotlight that will connect our network and partners in the food and agri sector at a time when the resilience of our industry value and supply chain is absolutely critical.
For more information about the AAC Spotlight, please email: [email protected]. We value your support and thank you for keeping safe during these challenging times. Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions.